Ali, Thanks, but this is something I already have set up.The problem is that after the value is updated, everytime the item is changed (other columns that the one that trigger the workflow) the workflow restars, and in my case re-sends an email (it was set up to Actions: send an email). Thanks, You probably need two workflows, a hidden field and a "Start another workflow activity" (which can be found on Code Plex) Workflow 1 is a helper workflow which is set to start when an item is changed: It check if Status is equal to hidden field If it is the exit If not then start workflow 2 and set hidden field to current value of Status Workflow 2 is then the real workflow which does what you want when Status is changed @Marius: The first step in the workflow should be to compare the field value and provide a logic branch.node that has a "List Item Collection Position Next" attribute.For the first call to Get List Items, you can leave this empty. Main(String args) in C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\......\Program.cs:line 22 First do a item.Introduction In this article you will see how to convert a Word document to PDF using a NINTEX workflow in Share Point.
This process works around two main piece of technology. Then, since one of my controls on my form is not linked to any field on the list, I need a Query XML action to pull the value out of it.
The best practice maybe to query the list using paging. It's end up looking like this: Process - 10 items Process - 10 items Process - 5 items Currently, the Query List action allows you to set the row limit of your results.
Paging is best described as processing in pages or blocks of data. But this will always return that number of items from the beginning of the result set.
Main(String args) in Program.cs:line 21 SPList list = web.
Add(); //item["Percent Complete"] = .45; // 45% //item. Get Items(new SPQuery() ); foreach (SPList Item item in items) Thanks!